Saturday June 12th was a hot day, but that didn’t stop the Beamsville Lions from getting out to do some major road cleaning. They picked up a ton of garbage on the North Service Road between Ontario St. And Tufford Rd.
Thank you Lion Henry and Lion Colleen for coordinating the event .
The Easter Bunny was extremely disappointed that he couldn’t provide an Easter Egg hunt this year due to Covid 19, instead he had a basket of chocolate eggs for the 326 children whose parents drove them thru the Beamsville Lions Park on April 3rd.
The Easter Bunny wearing appropriate PPE greeted the children as they drove by. The Beamsville Lions handed out the baskets of eggs to the children and also handed a box of Timbits and Gift cards to the 250 Adults in the cars. The Timbits and Gift cards were provided by our local Beamsville Tim Hortons. Thank you Tim Hortons.
The Beamsville Lions and the CCWN want to thank all of the people who attended and gave generously of food and cash donations for CCWN.
April 2, 2021- The Lincoln Soap Box Derby hosted by the Beamsville Lions is being postponed for another year due to Covid restrictions. For further updates and information, please check the Soap Box Derby website https://lincolnsoapbox.ca/ Thank you for your understanding.
Please support the NRPS Food Drive for the Community Care of West Niagara Food Bank.
March 18, 2021
Superstore – 411 Louth St. – St. Catharines
No Frills – 581 Lake St. – St. Catharines
March 19, 2021
Superstore – 361 South Service Rd. – Grimsby
No Frills – 4961 King St. – Lincoln (Beamsville)
The Niagara Regional Police Service will be partnering with nine local food banks and 12 local grocery stores in an effort to help support the demand for food and donations within Niagara.
COVID-19 has been difficult to say the least for most people in our community. Many of the challenges that have come with COVID-19 have compounded the demand for food products to support families within our community.
The NRPS is proud to announce it will host the 1st ever “NRPS Spring Food Drive”. The food drive, is being organized by officers from the Community Engagement Unit.
Winter 2021 – The activities of the Beamsville Lions have been limited by Covid 19. Our meetings are held by Zoom conferencing.
December 2020 – We were able to sell Christmas trees before the lockdown occurred. Sales were booming and we sold out by early December. Thanks again to all of our supporters. We hope you all had a great holiday season.